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EQUUS FERUS JAWS - LATE PLEISTOCEN, HERTFORDSHIRE.
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EQUUS FERUS JAWS - LATE PLEISTOCEN, HERTFORDSHIRE.


Equus ferus Boddaert.

Pair of lower jaws of a horse with almost all of the teeth still in position. The two jaws are still artiulated and are virtually complete. Equus ferus is the modern horse. It replaced earlier species such as Equus caballus towards the very end of the Pleistocene. Found in river gravels in Hertfordshire along with Aurouchs and Wild Boar remains. Lovely display piece. In excellent state of preseration.

Late Devensian / early Flandrian.
Riverside quarry,Brickett Wood near St.Albans, Hertfordshire.


Specimen : 37 cm. long.



Our Price: £90.00




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